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A Kwik Sew

I'm home alone so I'm sewing..... I love sewing when I'm on my own. All has gone very well except for the neck tie...I hate those things. I usually turn them using a knitting needle I can't do it any other way, I've tried but I get stuck!  Turning a tie I'll call my 'lost hour' that's how long it took me to turn that skinny tie to the right side. I gave up at the end  as I noticed my stitching coming apart......What a pain!......I  managed to cut another tie and pressed the edges in and top stitched it..... I finally had neck tie, not the same as the pattern but at least it won't fall apart!

Kwik Sew 3308 View C is very easy to assemble and sew. If your familiar with Kwik Sew Patterns you'll know their pattern pieces are fantastic as they are printed on white strong paper and instructions are very clear. The material I chose was a cotton lawn voile, nice and cool great for summer. I liked the colours and the splotchy pattern of the fabric.  I originally bought the pattern (they retail for about $16.95 here) to make View A but I decided on making View C first.  I loved using this sewing pattern it was very easy to put together and the top looked like it was supposed to.


Kwik Sew 3308 View C
She's never far from the action....in fact she's
sitting in Liquefaction......

3 comments:

  1. Ohh how wonderful... Sewing without interruptions ... This is so summery and cute. Xx

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  2. Thanks I'm doing the clean-up now!

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